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As an army wife, I think of Lee's death in the way that I think of all 444 service personnel that have died on operations in Afghanistan, with a heavy heart and a nagging thought that it was a tragic waste of a young and promising life.
A student who tweeted that people wearing Help for Heroes t-shirts "deserved to be beheaded" as news broke of the murder
Muslim groups have called on authorities to take serious action against anti-Islamic attacks and say they fear a wave of
One of the men accused of murdering soldier Lee Rigby has told the Old Bailey: "I'm a man, I'm a soldier, I'm a British citizen
Some people say Britain is a responsible, tolerant country, proud of its multicultural heritage. I don't see it. I see the national press and an alarming amount of people willing to demonize the faith of 1.4 billion people because of the actions of a very small minority.
Economies are in free-fall, unemployment is high, and extremist parties are gaining support by using viscous anti-immigrant rhetoric. The similarities are obvious. But forDr Matthew Goodwin, Britain's leading expert on the far-right comparing the Europe of the early 1930s with the Europe of today is simplistic.
It might seem a provocative pairing, but when the English Defence League marched with Islamic charity Jimas to pay tribute
The ten things you need to know on Tuesday 4 June 2013... 1) 'A SHABBY AND PANICKED RESPONSE' You've got to the hand it to
Michael Adebolajo, one of two men charged with the brutal murder of Drummer Lee Rigby in Woolwich last month has made a bizarre
Tony Blair has sparked anger by claiming the murder of Lee Rigby shows there is a "problem within Islam". The former Prime